Dunkermotor (Elgin, IL) offers iBLDC™ brushless DC motors with integral four-quadrant speed controls in a 45-mm frame size. The motors feature digital control and power electronics, and operate with a 12V or 24V power source at a nominal speed of 3000 rpm. Motor target speed can be set using an analog ±10VDC input signal. The drive has a total of four digital inputs: two for selecting the four operating conditions, and two for selecting the fixed motor speed.
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